British Prime Minister David Cameron stressed during a meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel that the United Kingdom needs EU reforms to be implemented ahead of a referendum where UK’s membership in the bloc will be up for a vote.
David Cameron and Angela Merkel said that the sanctions the European Union has imposed against Russia must be maintained until the Minsk agreements on Ukrainian reconciliation are fully implemented.
David Cameron hosts talks with German Chancellor Merkel 9 October 2015 From the section UK Politics Image copyright EPA David Cameron is holding talks with German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Britain’s EU reform aims, the situation in Syria and the migrant crisis. The prime minister has invited his German counterpart for a working dinner at […]
German Chancellor joins Britain's David Cameron Friday - on his birthday - to find a way to keep Britain inside the European Union, while negotiating a series of opt-outs that will assuage the rising anti-European sentiment within the UK.
“Britain and Twitter: two different things” said David Cameron this week – six words that summed up the difference between… The post Six ways in which the Conservatives became Britain’s true progressives appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
He has passed massive reforms to the welfare state and played the leader on the world stage, but something always seems to be missing.
The Wikipedia co-founder is also the UK government's special Internet advisor. In the previous election cycle, Tory PM David Cameron promised to ban strong crypto if re-elected, and when the US surveillance establishment dropped its demands for a ban on crypto, Cameron doubled down on the proposition. (more…)
The leadership uncertainty remains One thing that David Cameron made very clear in his speech is that he is going to continue as leader right up to the general election. That, of course, assumes that there will be no dramatic event that would cause a move before then. The intention, of course, was to take […]
The triumphant flight of the lame duck Mark Mardell Presenter, The World This Weekend 8 October 2015 From the section UK Politics Image copyright Reuters David Cameron’s self-harm, turning himself into a lame duck with just one shot to the foot, does not stop him from flapping serenely into the future. The quacking squabbles from […]
David Cameron does not inspire much passion in British voters. Maybe that is a good thing.
Some journalists are incredibly gullible. On the basis of his rhetoric, Dan Hodges tweeted "Could someone on the Left tell me which part of David Cameron's speech I'm meant to disagree with." How about Dave's outright porkie concerning...Show More Summary
David Cameron had the best warm-up act possible today for his speech: before he was speaking, Scottish Tory leader Ruth… The post What could the Conservative party offer a working class teenager from Moss Side? appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
David Cameron’s key policy theme in his conference speech was housing, and it included the announcement that the government is… The post Who really won in the battle over right to buy? appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
At a large Tory breakfast meeting that David Cameron spoke to recently, the tables were named after all of the… The post Where will David Cameron end up in the history of Conservative Prime Ministers? appeared first on Spectator Blo...
On the same day that UK Prime Minister David Cameron urged the international community to follow Britain’s humanitarian lead over to the refugee crisis, the UK has been urged to step up its commitment to taking in Syrian refugees amid accusations the country isn’t contributing its “fair share.”
It’s been a good week for the Conservatives, topped off by one of the best speeches David Cameron has ever… The post Podcast special: David Cameron’s conference speech appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
This was Cameron’s ‘greatest’ speech ever if you count his uses of the g-word. Great Britain, great schools, great traditions,… The post Sketch: David Cameron’s ‘greatest’ speech ever appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
David Cameron: Prime Minister warns over extremist teaching By Katherine Sellgren BBC News education reporter 7 October 2015 From the section Education & Family Image caption Mr Cameron set out his plans at the Conservative Party Conference in Manchester Religious supplementary schools in England that teach children intolerance will be investigated and closed down, Prime […]
In David Cameron’s conference speech this lunchtime, the Prime Minister spoke about a voter who had reached out to him… The post David Cameron’s Labour defector has voted Tory since 1988 appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Jeremy Corbyn: David Cameron’s attack shows he’s rattled 7 October 2015 From the section UK Politics Image copyright Reuters Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has hit back after David Cameron accused him of a “Britain-hating ideology”. His spokesman said it was “a sure sign” the PM was “rattled” by Labour. In his speech to the Conservative […]